Apr 07, 2007 3:02 pm
I've been contacted by my supervisor that he went to start work on my house a couple of days ago and couldn't start until soil left on my land from neighbouring properties is removed. I have spoken to both neighbours and one has agreed to remove it, but the other is yet to confirm their actions as they are denying its their soil!
Any advice on how to get this resolved A.S.A.P. ?
Re: Neighbours soil on block!!2
Apr 07, 2007 3:50 pm
I have just paid a bobcat and truck $450 to remove 2 piles of "heavy" rubish from my block prior to commecning building.
Funny how the piles contained bricks from the 2 adjoining houses but no-one knew anything about how they got there!!
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Re: Neighbours soil on block!!3
Apr 07, 2007 5:00 pm
I've got 3 piles on the block, 2 small ones which one neighbour said he will remove and 1 big pile that the building company said isn't theres. It contains their bricks in it and its a quarter on their side and rest on mine! Also the temporary fence thats around the house has one part missing, funnily enough exactly where the pile of soil is.
Re: Neighbours soil on block!!4
Apr 07, 2007 8:02 pm
Get a mini bobcat in and shove it all back in his hole in the fence…..
See what he says about that!
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